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Corona Theater is basically known as one of the first places where you may have an enjoyable concert nights while having nice coctails.You may either choose to…

Our second to last day today and another sunny and crisp day here. We caught the 800 bus from town out to Montmorency Falls. In winter a lot of the facilities…

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas..” as the song goes. Rue du Petit Champlain in the lower old town of Old Quebec City is probably as Christmassy as…

With a sunny day and consequently very cold day on our hands we decided to explore the lower town. This section of old town is sandwiched between the shores of…

Old Quebec City, a World Heritage UNESCO site, had some unusual weather today. At least for me. Steady freezing rain all day made staying upright and vertical a…

We had some snow overnight and then again in the late afternoon today. So most of the ice had been covered, plus the local authorities tackled the icy…

Margaret and I traveled to the Province of Quebec, partly to visit our son in Montreal and partly to travel by ship to the Iles de la Madeleine (or the Magdalen…

Last spring I caught this young Cooper's Hawk with a fresh kill, just beside the river where I live. Poor pigeon, but a happy and well fed hawk. May the pigeon…

Yesterday I went to one of my favorite "secret place" to hunt for insects images. It's not very secret, it's just that nobody ever has reasons to go there,…

Walking the Saint-Laurence River's shore, one can meet with tiny beautiful shorebirds feeding on mudflats: least sandpipers. Weighting from 9-27 grams, these…
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